CART (Citizens for the Arts) presents The Richard Williams Trio a highly entertaining ensemble consisting of all genders of music from jazz to blues and a few of your favorites Valentine songs, Sunday, February 3, 3:00pm at Richlands Middle School Auditorium, Richlands, Virginia.


Sponsored by Dr. Joe Adair, Town of Cedar Bluff and Mary Sue Whitt with additional contributions from First Community Bank, Zaven and Talin Jabourian, Henry and Brenda Lawson, David Mullins Wealth Management Company, Ramey Automotive and Singleton Funeral Service.  This program in funded in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.


The Richard Williams Trio consist of William Hayes on Piano/Vocals, J. T. Fauber on Drums and Richard Adams on Saxes, Trumpets, Trombone, Bass, Vocals and if enough room Tuba.  The ensemble has been  together for thirty years and brings numerous educational expertise to the stage.  Richard has written historical holiday narratives that goes along with the music and for ten years they have served as the house band for the “River City Radio Hour” at the Wayne Theatre in Waynesboro, Virginia.


Don’t miss this opportunity to sit back and relax and get in the mood for an evening of romance and fun.

As a special treat this performance kicks off the beginning of the Winter Honey Festival, February 2- February 9, 2019 and we are partnering with Pizza Plus to offer free tickets to the concert with a purchase at Pizza Plus Claypool Hill.  One “HONEY” of a deal for everyone. Watch for a complete schedule of events and outings all focusing on the welfare of Honey Bees.



CART Tickets are:      Adult - $15 Advance, $20 at the Door

                                    Student - $10 Advance, $15 at the Door


Ticket locations are:    The CART office, TruPoint Bank-Claypool Hill and Richlands, Between Friends and Chamber of Commerce, in Tazewell.


For more information call:  (276)  963-3385 or order tickets on line: 


 Group rates of 10 or more are available.

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